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www.mazepa.name — Archaeological Research of Baturyn in 2020
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www.mazepa.name — Support of This Website Provided by the Ukrainian Canadians in 2020
www.mazepa.name — Excavations at Baturyn, Ukraine, in 2019.
www.mazepa.name — Excavations at Baturyn in 2018
www.mazepa.name — Excavations at Baturyn in 2016-2017 ceramic adornments of hetman architecture
www.mazepa.name — Excavations at Baturyn in 2016

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Archaeological Research of Baturyn in 2020

This illustrated article by Dr. Volodymyr Mezentsev in PDF summarises the results of the excavations in Baturyn last summer focusing on the ceramic ornamental and heraldic stove tiles found at the ruined residences of Ivan Mazepa and Pylyp Orlyk. It is an off-print from the bulletin of the Canadian Committee of Byzantinists Canadio-Byzantina, No. 32, University of Ottawa, January 2021, pp. 13-18, republished here with the permission of the author. Our colleague, Dr. Mezentsev, regularly contributes his articles and booklets on the history and antiquities of Ivan Mazepa’s capital at this website.
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BATURYN EXCAVATIONS IN 2019 AND RECONSTRUCTIONS OF MAZEPA’S COAT OF ARMS

This article surveys the results of the research on building history and designs of early modern Baturyn fortifi cations and the 2019 excavations of the remnants of masonry and wooden structures of Hetman Ivan Mazepa, Chancellor General Philip Orlyk, and Hetman Kyrylo Rozumovsky. It examines the ceramic decorative and heraldic stove tiles, a female adornment, and other 17th – 18th-century archaeological finds in the town. Complete computer reconstructions of the burnt tiles with Ivan Mazepa’s armorial bearings are published and discussed.
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Support of This Website Provided by the Ukrainian Canadians in 2020

In May of this year, the Ucrainica Research Institute and the National Executive of the League of Ukrainian Canadians in Toronto donated a new subsidy in support of our website “Ivan Mazepa Name”. These institutions also rendered similar subsidies in 2017-2018. We acknowledge this annual support from Canada which helps us to maintain the site and update it with new materials and thus continue to popularize the life and deeds of Hetman Ivan Mazepa and his era, as well as the contemporary publications on these subjects of Ukrainian history.
We kindly thank Orest Steciw, M.A., President of the Ucrainica Research Institute and the managing director of the National Executive of the League of Ukrainian Canadians, and hope for further cooperation.

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Excavations at Baturyn, Ukraine, in 2019.

This report on the archaeological research in Baturyn last summer by Dr. Volodymyr Mezentsev is placed in the “Library” section in PDF format with illustrations. It is an off-print from the bulletin of the Canadian Committee of Byzantinists Canadio-Byzantina, No. 31, University of Ottawa, January 2020, pp. 10-15, republished here with the permission of the author. Our colleague, Dr. Mezentsev, regularly presents his articles and booklets on the history and culture of Ivan Mazepa’s capital at this website.
Canad-Byzantin_Звіт_за_2019

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Excavations at Baturyn in 2018

This report on the archaeological research in Baturyn last summer by Dr. Volodymyr Mezentsev is placed in the “Library” section in PDF format with illustrations. It is an off-print from the bulletin of the Canadian Committee of Byzantinists Canadio-Byzantina, No. 30, University of Ottawa, January 2019, pp. 10-14, republished here with the permission of the author. Our colleague, Dr. Mezentsev, regularly submits his articles and booklets on the history and culture of Ivan Mazepa’s capital to this website.
Canad-Byzantin_Звіт_за_2018

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Excavations at Baturyn in 2016-2017 ceramic adornments of hetman architecture

EXCAVATIONS AT BATURYN IN 2016-2017. CERAMIC ADORNMENTS OF HETMAN ARCHITECTURE.
Volodymyr Mezentsev, Ph. D.
CIUS, Toronto
(Published in Ukrainian Echo (Toronto), Vol. 31, No. 28, October 17, 2017, pp. 1-2.)

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Excavations at Baturyn in 2016

This report on the archaeological research in Baturyn last summer by Dr. Volodymyr Mezentsev is placed in the “Library” section in PDF format with illustrations. It is an off-print from the bulletin of the Canadian Committee of Byzantinists Canadio-Byzantina, No. 28, University of Ottawa, January 2017, pp. 12-16, republished here with the permission of the author. Our colleague, Dr. Mezentsev, regularly submits his articles and booklets on the history and culture of Ivan Mazepa’s capital to this website.

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